Boston Brown Bread (Eilene Williams)

Boston Brown Bread is one of those foods I have always known about, but really didn’t know much information about. I remember my mother having it in the house and I even had to buy it one time for her at the grocery store, but beyond that, I have no memory of what it tastes … Continue reading

Weight Watchers Strawberry Milk Shake

While this recipe names Weight Watchers, it is from such an old version of their program that I suggest users recalculate how this would work in the modern program. I have no idea if it would be allowed or not! If it sounds tasty, good luck finding strawberry or raspberry diet soda. We used to … Continue reading

Apricot Nut Cups

For a sweet treat you might want to try Apricot Nut Cups. Apricots are not quite as sweet as peaches, and combined with nuts they make a nice treat. You will need a mini muffin pan for this one to make the cups. The recipe calls for Solo brand apricot filling. If you aren’t able … Continue reading

Lasagna

You can never have too many lasagna recipes, in my opinion. They may not always be significantly different, but sometimes you can take ideas and methods from various recipes to combine into your “own” special method. My mother used to put slices of pepperoni into hers on occasion. I loved that. These days, if I … Continue reading

Overnight Casserole

You know how sometimes the leftovers are even better than the first time you have a dish, because the flavors have been able to combine? Well, this casserole seems to work on that principle. The uncooked elbow macaroni is allowed to soak up the liquids, and when baked it probably tastes pretty good. Also, I … Continue reading